Nancy Anthony joined the Oklahoma City Community Foundation as executive director in 1985 when it had assets of $20 million and one other full-time employee. She has helped direct the growth of the organization to assets in excess of $800 million, 30+ employees and that makes average annual distributions to the Oklahoma City nonprofit community of more than $20 million.The Oklahoma City Community Foundation is a leader among community foundations in the development of charitable organization endowment funds and administers the country's largest endowment program for nonprofits. It has also focused its discretionary resources on community issues and opportunities where it can provide both resources and leadership. In 1995, the Community Foundation joined with other area organizations to provide leadership in the oversight and distribution of contributions given in response to the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building. The model developed in Oklahoma City for cooperative response to such tragedy has set a standard for the nation. Following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Anthony provided consultation to charitable organizations in both New York City and Washington, D.C.
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